Join Nature Canada and local naturalist experts for a fall BioBlitz at Mud Lake and help us locate and identify as many species as possible around the site. Follow local naturalist experts on a guided walk and learn to identify plants, birds, amphibians, reptiles and more! Everyone is welcome.
Be prepared to get out and get your hands dirty. Remember to dress for the weather, wear solid shoes or rain boots and bring a snack and a water bottle. If you have field guides, binoculars, magnifying glasses or any other critter examining tools feel free to bring them along.
Stephanie Wilson and Alexander MacDonald species watching at Mud Lake
The BioBlitz will run for 24 hours starting on Friday September 13 at 3pm until Saturday September 14 at 3pm. Check out the schedule to decide if you want to come out to one walk, or to all of them.
Meet us at the Nature Canada tent in the parking lot to register, get your check list and meet a guide.
Mud Lake is located along the Ottawa River off of Carling Ave and Britannia Rd.
Still not sure how to get there?
Get directions here. Google understands “Mud Lake”, so just go to the “Get Directions” tab, type in where you are starting from, and add your destination as Mud Lake. You can also set if you are walking, biking or driving. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
We are pleased to announce that the following experts will join us at Mud Lake on September 13-14, 2013
Botany experts – Serguei Ponomarenko, Zoe Pachen, Cassandra Robillard
Insect experts – Chris Schmidt, Henri Goulet
Avian experts – Gillian Shields, Carlos Barbery, Emily Bird,
Reptile and amphibian experts – Julie Chateauvert, William Halliday, Rachel Thibodeau
General experts – Jeff Skevington, Blake Corbin, Michelle Locke
If you have any questions or would like to be involved as an expert please contact Sarah at SKirkpatrick-Wahl@naturecanada.ca